We hope you have been doing well. Holiday season has started, both public holidays and vacation. How was the 4th of July in the USA and Canada’s day? 1st of July? Did you have a great time with your friends and families? If you are not based in North America, let us know what and when is the most important holiday in your country!
We all love holidays, but let’s dive into this month’s issue. As always, we will start with news from the industry. There has been a lot going on in the open source world.
Enjoy your holidays and let us know what topics you would like us to cover in upcoming issues.
Marta & BSD Team
BSD World Monthly News
by Marta Ziemianowicz
This column presents the latest news coverage of events, product releases and trending topics.
Implementing In-Memory Cache in the BeaST Architecture
by Mikhail E. Zakharov
Recently we have created the reliable, dual-headed FreeBSD based storage concept. Then we improved it with the famous ZFS feature. Now we will try to implement a shared in-memory cache to make our model even more serious.
MySQL Server 5.7 Startup Problem on FreeBSD 10.2
by Andrey Ferriyan
I’ve just installed MySQL server 5.7 for FreeBSD 10.2 using pkg package manager. It seems the problem occurred when I went to start MySQL for the first time. This time I’m using the real VPS server and not VirtualBox.
Let Us Start at the Very Beginning with Open Source
by E.G. Nadhan
The Red Hat coloring booth at SX Create during the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference and festival helped to tell the open source story of collaboration in a way that was simple enough for children to understand. It was a booth where new ideas manifested themselves in the form of colorful shapes and forms on the walls. Thousands of attendees contributed, bringing the 12 foot tall space to life. Ideas were expanded on by other children, modified or cloned by some to give birth to other related ideas. Continuous, enthusiastic collaboration at its peak in an environment ripe for open communication -- and thus, innovation. Sound familiar?
by Nicolas De Loof
Most Docker newcomers are disappointed when, at some time, after various experiments with Docker, they hit a no space left on device issue. Docker does indeed store all containers, images and volumes in /var/lib/docker, which can quickly grow to gigabytes.
My Top 9 Favorite Python Deep Learning Libraries
by Adrian Rosebrock
So you’re interested in deep learning and Convolutional Neural Networks. But where do you start? Which library do you use? There are just so many!
This list is by no means exhaustive, it’s simply a list of libraries that I’ve used in my computer vision career and found particularly useful at one time or another.
FreeNAS Getting Started Guide: Part 2, The Initial Configuration Wizard
by Mark VonFange
This article series is intended to serve as an introductory guide to assist FreeNAS users in planning, installation, configuration and administration for their FreeNAS storage systems. This month’s article will cover getting your FreeNAS set up using the Initial Configuration Wizard.
Interview with Aleksandar S. Sokolovski, Co-Founder of Sci Bi
by Marta Ziemianowicz, Marta Strzelec & Marta Sienicka
by Rob Somerville
With the recent British referendum decision to exit from the Europe Union, one of the few opinion polls to correctly predict the outcome was online. What impact is the Internet having on the established political order and is this a force for good?